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Case Studies

Food Waste Recycling

Millersville University

ERC teamed up with Millersville University to revive their cafeteria compost efforts, creating a pre-consumer and post-consumer food waste recycling program. With 7 tons of diverted waste per month, ERC is helping the university slash disposal costs while strengthening their campus sustainability mission.

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Food Waste Recycling

Good 'N Plenty

Lancaster County restaurant Good 'N Plenty serves hundreds of customers everyday. As a result, the popular restaurant generates large quantities of food waste. Good 'N Plenty sought an environmentally-conscious plan to recycle food waste, keeping it out of the landfill. Read how ERC provided a green solution while simultaneously cutting the restaurant's disposal costs.

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Food Waste Recycling

Franklin & Marshall College

The dining halls of Franklin & Marshall College serve multiple meals per day to a large student body. This output also results in a large quantity of food waste. In order to find an environmentally-sustainable solution to dispose of the food waste, Franklin & Marshall College teamed with ERC. In 2013, ERC developed a unique disposal program, creating significantly less landfill waste. Learn more about the development and growth of ERC's food waste disposal program at Franklin & Marshall college.

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Industrial Services

Standard Steel

The largest manufacturer of forged steel wheels and axles for trains, Standard Steel has extensive needs for waste treatment and waste cleanup. The Pennsylvania manufacturer partners with ERC for a variety of jobs, including assistance during scheduled manufacturing shutdowns and emergency cleanups. Learn more about how ERC serves Standard Steel.

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